Re: Drawings disappear in CFrameWnd

"David Ching" <>
Sat, 12 May 2007 09:31:25 -0700
"Sebbie" <> wrote in message

I have to add is drawing the already drawn
'X' and 'O' i.e. I have to keep track of where I put my 'X' and 'O' and
them each time? the window is updated. Isn't there something called
Invalidate() that can be used?

Yes, as David W. said, you need to draw the 'X' and 'O' in OnPaint(). That
is the only function that gets called when your window is uncovered (e.g.
when a window on top of it is moved out of the way). Why do you paint the
grid in OnPaint() and not the 'X' and 'O'? Why do you think the grid is
special? Both the grid and 'X' and 'O' (and anything else that is visible)
are on equal terms and must be drawn in OnPaint()!

BTW, there is also an OnEraseBackground() method you can call to separate
the painting of the background (grid) and the foreground ('X' and 'O'). But
this isn't required. Just paint everything in OnPaint() and everything will
be fine.

-- David

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